Motorola Titanium & XPRT on Sprint: Specs, Price, & Release

News of two new Motorola handsets coming to Sprint emerged today, the Motorola XPRT and the Motorola Titanium. These Android smartphones are targeted at business use, with one available in June while the other release date is not yet known.

The XPRT is a worldwide phone and offers enterprise-class security. It runs on Android 2.2, Froyo, plus MOTOBLUR and has a 3.1-inch HVGA display with pinch-to-zoom touchscreen. Other specifications and features include a 1GHz processor, full QWERTY keyboard, 3G Mobile Hotspot capability, 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a microSD slot with included 2GB memory card, expandable to 32GB. It’s released on June 5 at a price of $129.99 with the usual 2-year contract, according to Zach Epstein over on BGR.

The Motorola Titanium, successor to the i1, is a rugged smartphone built to military-grade to withstand dust, shock, extreme temperatures, vibration and more. It runs on Android 2.1, has a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, five-megapixel camera with camcorder, full QWERTY keyboard, microSD slot including 2GB memory card expandable to 32GB and features support for Nextel Direct Connect Services. There’s no pricing or availability yet for this handset.

You can find out more about both of these smartphones at the Sprint news release here. You can also sign up for Motorola updates for the XPRT here, or the Titanium here. What are your thoughts on these additions to the Sprint line up? Let us know with your comments.